Here's a full body shot of the Rose Reiner I'm working on. Right now, I'm working on his second layer of roaning. I'm trying to incorporate the blanket in with the roaning as I work. At this point it takes me several hours to do each section of roaning and then I spray it before continuing. I'm working in sections: barrel, right hindquarters, shoulders/neck, underside, etc. Once I get 3-4 layers of roaning on him, it should start to speed up a little.
I've started putting color on Hank. He's in that really ugly streaky mode.
I'm still in the process of warming up Sushi's color.
I posted this Mercurio picture on a forum and on my official Facebook page, but for those of you who don't go there, here he is in his finished form.
That's all I've got worth showing this week! Lots of roaning to work on, so pictures may be sparse for a while.
On this blog I plan to show my equine art creations as they progress, so you will get to view the entire process of a piece as it comes to life. I will also list items for sale and other news, as well as occasional product reviews and tips.
I hope we can all learn from this process and that you enjoy getting a little peek into my mind as I work. Comments and critiques on all these pieces are always welcome!